My whole life I have had to fight for what I want and believe in. I didn’t come from money or privilege, just like many of the folks in the 65th district of Ohio. I have had to work hard for everything I have.

As a young girl, I became a high school drop out and a young teen mother. I found myself on food stamps and government assistance, but with an attitude of perseverance those experiences transformed me into a fighter. I fought for my education, I fought to get off government assistance, I fought to build the respect of my reputation, and I will fight again for the citizens of District 65 in Clermont County.

As difficult as it has been to share my hardships with folks, I know that our experiences make us who we are. My experiences have given me a strong and passionate voice for others. Standing up for what I believe in is second nature to me.

I believe the citizens of District 65 deserve a representative who is Accessible, Engaged, and Involved.

For the past 6 years, the constituents of this district have been ignored, and at times, belittled. Our business and community leaders should not have to go to other District Representatives in order to get the help they need. This is not the representation we deserve.

Say YES to positive change, and VOTE NEACE on May 8th, 2018.

I plan to Increase Economic Growth, get Clermont County OFF the top opioid crisis list, and work with our townships to BOOST JOBS. 

I will be Accessible, Engaged, and Involved with our county again. 

I am Pro-Life (No EXCEPTIONS), I am Pro-Guns (Should we ban cars because of drunk drivers? Then we shouldn't BAN GUNS!), I am Pro-Business, and I am Pro-Faith. 

Neace has a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from the Northern Kentucky University, as well as a Bachelor’s Degree in Organizational Leadership. She started her company in 2015, after leaving her corporate job as a healthcare sourcing analyst where she managed a $20M portfolio. She chose Union Township as the location for her business. Neace has lived in Union Township for over 8 years with her husband and 4 children, and has been a long time Clermont County resident.



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August 14, 2017

Opioid Crisis in Clermont County

The CDC reports about 142 people die EVERYDAY from overdoses- 86% of the overdose deaths in Ohio involve an Opiate. We not only have a drug problem, but we have a prescription problem, physical/sexual abuse problem, mental health problems, and in order to address the issue of opioids, we must also address the deep rooted inception of why people take opioids. Taking the heroin away, does not take the suffering away for the addict, nor does it make them a more productive and contributing citizen.

I applaud Sheriff Leahy, as well as Clermont County’s officers and staff  for not only keeping our county safe, but also leading the fight against the opioid epidemic. Leadership is inherently more impactful when leaders have personal experience in the realm in which they influence.

I recently became aware of the Clermont County CASC program (Clermont County Community Alternative Sentencing Center). The program and center focuses on:

  • Reducing the numbers of individuals being referred to jail
  • Ensuring the program positively contributes to the community and is valued by the criminal justice system
  •  Reducing recidivism by providing drug and alcohol treatment, cognitive therapy, life skills, employment

    programming and other related services

  •   Encouraging offenders to maintain employment (58% of CASC participants were referred to a job making between $8.10-$18.00 per hour)
  •  Reducing costs related to jail operation (CASC participants cost the county 9% less to house them at CASC than in jail)

The CASC program not only benefits those suffering from addiction, but also relieves pressure from the criminal justice system by saving money on incarcerated offenders who qualify and want help. The program is selective with offenders who have committed misdemeanors, and have a higher probability of rehabilitation.

CASC has done a considerable amount of statistical and case study on the program’s early success. The data proves that investing resources back into people who have a desire to change, creates successful results. When people meet purpose their lives can be radically transformed.

July 30, 2017

Clermont County Fair GOP Booth

I spent a lot of time this week at the GOP booth at the CCF- it was exciting to meet other strong Republicans, talk with voters, and gather support for my campaign! I look forward to many more opportunities to meet with folks about the real issues of District 65 in Clermont County.

April 4, 2017

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